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THE GBEENE COUNTY BOYS IN A "BBUSH" WITH THE BEBELS [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 2 October 1861

THE GBEENE COUNTY BOYS IN A "BBUSH" WITH THE BEBELS It will be seen, by the subjoined article from the Pittsburgh Chronicle, that the Greene County lads have been doing some "tall" marching and have "smelt" of powder : We have a letter from Washington today, in which details are given of a rather severe march made by the Eighth regiment, the ether day. The regiment started from Camp Tenally at twelve o'clock, and at six reached Point of Rocks, nineteen miles distant. This is what we call tall walking, and shows that the boys of the Eighth can "step out" when they try. After their arrival at Point of Rocks, Captain Johnston's company, raised here, and the Greene County Rangers, were detached as pickets to a point four and a half miles distant. On their way they saw numerous rebels, who took flight upon their appearance, our men firing at them as they fled. About twelve or fifteen hundred yards from where they stopped, stood a log house, which seemed to be the head-quarters of...

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. _. _ » ~- SNOBBISH. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 2 October 1861

. _. _ » ~- SNOBBISH. THE Vies PRESIDENT or THK U WITBD STATES.—Vice President Hamlin when at home in Hampden, Me., is a plain farmer. Since his recent return from the capital one of his neighbors called upon him, and the servant who ushered him in requested him to "take a seat and she would speak to Mr. Hamlin." Soon after Mr. H. came up out of the cellar and excused himself from shaking hands, remarking at the same time that his hands wtre dirty, for he had been picking over his potatoes. t_f*The author of the above IB a "snob." "Dirty hands" from "picking potatoes"—is it possible? Can't some one tell us whether or not, the illustrious gentleman indulges in cabbage or beans, like other people, or whether he uses his fork or fingers at the table ! We would to like to know.

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THE PLAN OF THE CAMPAIGN [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 2 October 1861

THE PLAN OF THE CAMPAIGN We believe that we may Bay that the Plan of the autumn and winter campaign has been det ermined, and that the leading generals are apprised of the parts they are to play in it. It involves operations of so extensive a character as to be without parallel in history, and to be morally certain of effecting their object—namely, the suppression of the rebellion before next spring. The Plan presumes that the rebels will remain inactive at their present posts. Should General Beauregard attack Washington, a change in the programme mi g ht be the result, as it is confidentially anticipated that he would meet with an overwhelming defeat, which would probably preci p itate matters. Again, should General Johnston undertake an aggressive movement against Cairo , the Mississippi expedition mi g ht proceed to work more speedil y than is now intended. It not believed, however, that either of these contingencies will occur. At Washington as at Cairo, an attacking force...

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_____ - __ H_ Gitj. J-___f Cnt. Sent. 2&/~_tfe*/s [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 2 October 1861

_____ - _4___H_ Gitj. J-____UK>_f Cnt. Sent. 2&/~_tfe*/s from Lexington reports Col. GroVe* of the Home 'Guards killed from a wound in the thi g h; al_K>!_«_.. _!*_. White of Stickle'sSt. Louis regiment, killed by a musket ball. A man named Eldrid ge, a rebel; from Lexington, is here, and has been arrested as a spy sent here b y General P-ice to learn the strength of our forces.— Papers found on them, state our force at St. Louis at only about fear thousand. McColloch is marching rapidl y to form a junction with Price, with a large, well-trained and well-disciplined force, with a good supply of ar> tillery. He is now very near Lexington. Mulligan's total loss, at Lexington, was not over one hundred and fifty, and that of the Rebels not more than three hundred.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 2 October 1861

Pape* tag §ittm$n a. W. JO-IBS. \ mJutmrm. _ » _?____ • j__-.jRw«s, } —*—»¦• ^¦ _k ^£2gj^fc^^^E(^^^^^H _H_n_|_a_^_"' _ - ________________________lB__^ H___H u "A eentiment not to be appalled, eorrnpted or ; Vo-apromiaa-. It knows no baaanaaar; It cjowera to . Bo dancer; it oppressaano waakneaa. Dastrocti-a only olds)epetisro, it ia the sole conservator of lib- j arty, labor an' - property. It 1* the eentiment of ' freedom, of equal rights, of equal obligation a--the ' law of nature pervading the law ol the land." WAYNESBURG , PA. Wednesday, October 2, 1861. \

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 2 October 1861

DEMOCRATIC TICKI.T ! PRESIDENT JITPGK. JAMES LINDSEY, ESQ., «f Greene county. i ASSOCIATE JUDGKS. j HON. JONATHAN GAERARP. j of Greene township. i COL. T. P. POLLOCK. of Morgan township. j ASSEMBLY, j P. DONLEY, ESQ ., j of Terry township, i ( P1STRICT ATTOBNIT , R. A. M'CONNELL, ESQ. as * Marlon township. SHERIFF. THOS. LUCAS, ESQ., <_ C-__.ru._d tow-ship TREASURER, JOSEPH F. RANDOLPH, wf.a_.raon township. COMMISSIONER, DANIEL THROCKMORTON, of Franklin township, AUDITOR, THOMAS SCOTT. _* W_it.lv t>ro_a_tp, OOHONKR, JOHN BRADLEY, of Marion towuebip.

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IffHH. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 2 October 1861

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Let the People Bemember [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 2 October 1861

Let the People Bemember That had the policy and advice of the Democratic party prevailed last Winter, in the adoption, by Congress, of the Crittenden Compromise, we would to-day, in all probability, have had a united, happy and prosperous country, instead of civil war, excessive taxation, prostrate credit and ruined business.

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Who Fig ht Our Battles. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 2 October 1861

Who Fig ht Our Battles. The Indianapolis Slate /Sentinel is told by a gentleman, an officer in one of the Indiana regiments, that an officer detailed by the War Depar._a.eut, under the direction of the Commander-in-chief, to muster into the service volunteer* in Indiana, gives it as hie opinion, baaed upon the most favorable opportunities of ascertaining the actual facts, that __ree-fo_rth« of the men who have already volunteered from that State are Democrats, This is the very highest authority for making this statemeat. That " pi_porti«m hold good ia most of the States, ««4 yet stay at borne Btpublicei- demo* -*-* Des_4_*__» _»e»_i _ .ri, and evince a disposition to make war upon them. __aTWe copy the following article from Harper' * Weekly of Satarday last. Whether the writer is merely putting forth a series of shrewd guesses, or is dimly revealing the results of knowledge officially obtained, these outgivings evidently proceed from a military man, and have an air of gre...

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J-T_E 00N0ERT [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 2 October 1861

J-T__TI_E 00N0ERT The Juvenile Entertainment, given by Prof. BOYD'S Pupils on Friday evening last, at College Hall, was largely attended and afforded much pleasure to old and young. The little folks evidently attained a good degree of musical proficiency under the instrutions of the Professor, who is certainly a "capital hand among children."' ¦ ~- r^-% I S< --— ^ fas_rWe were compelled, for want of space, to lay the proceedings of court over until our next iseue.

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The Surrender of Colonel Mulligan. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 2 October 1861

The Surrender of Colonel Mulligan. Official information of the capture of Lexington, Mo., and the surrender of the gallant Colonel Mulligan to the rebel forces of General Price, has been received by the War Department. Colonel Mulligan held out bravely for four days against immense odds, and, it is said, only succumbed for want of water, without which his men had to maintain themselves for two days. Gen. Prentiss has despatched to St. Louis a statement of the surrender, which reduces the loss on both sides considerably below the first report. We have also a despatch from Quincy, 111., to the Cincinnati Gazette, which states that on Monday evening about seven hundred non-commissioned officers and privates of Colonel Mulligan's command had arrived there—the remainder, amounting to about one hundred and forty, were expected the next day. Colonel Mulligan's force at Lexington, it is stated by these soldiers, did not exceed 2,500, including several companies of Missouri Home Guards...

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From St. Louis [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 2 October 1861

From St. Louis ST LOUIS , September 25,—By orders from headquarters, Bri gadier Gen. Curtis assumes command at St. Louis and vicinity during the absence of Fremont. All the drinking saloons and p laces of business, except drug stores, will be closed tomorrow and the day will be observed as one of fasting and prayer, by order of General Curtis.

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IfemA [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 2 October 1861

IfemA On Thursday, September 20. 1861, by Rev. Charles Tilton, Mr. JOHV 8. KENDAIX to Miss KATE M. GBIUM , all of Greene County, Pa. On Tuesday. September 3rd, 1861, by the same, Mr. GEORGE HBWIT and Miss TAYLOR, all of Greene County, Pa. On the 19th of September, 18_1, by Rev, E. Bennett, Mr. J. J. ROCKWELL, of Uniontown, Fayette County, Pa. to Miss SARAH A. GIEBNER, of Mercer County, Pa. August 31st, 1861, by Rev. R. H. Sutton, Mr. BEVJAMIN F. BAILEY to Miss SUSAN SCHRIVER, both of Greene county, Pa. September 26th, 1861, by the same, Mr. LINDSEY STEPHENS, to Miss MARGARET FORDYCE, both of Greene county, Pa.

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Dfofc [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 2 October 1861

Dfofc At his residence in Greensboro, on the 2nd of September, 1861, Mr. Di.vnt BOUGHNER, having just entered the 74th year of his age. At an early period of his life, Mr. Boughner emigrated from New Jersey, and having spent a few years in Fayette county, afterwards for a time resided in the family of Rev. Mr. Corbly, of this county. At the age of 23, Mr. Boughner was united in marriage to Miss Mary Vance, daughter of Mr. James Vance, for many years a ruling Elder of the Presbyterian Church. This marriage was crowned with nine children, seven of whom yet survive, active members of society. For many years* Mr. Boughner has been devoted to mer» chantile pursuits in the village of Greensboro, where he shared largely the confidence of the cummunity. About the yesur 1841, the deceased made a public profession of religion, and united with the Presbyterian Church, to promote the interests of which he had for years cheerfully contributed both time and means. On be coming a member of...

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6ttobtr (Election. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 2 October 1861

6ttobtr (Election. Union Candidate. Minis. EDITOIS:—Vou are authorised _» announce JOHN C. FLENNIKEN, EM)., as • Union candidate for Associate Judge at tha October election. Bv MAKT UKIOW DXMOC-AT*. Poor House Directors Agreed •¦ by Democrats and Kepubllcans. We are authorized to announce CHARLES A. BLACK, as a eandidate for Director of Poor. at the October election. We are authorized to announce AARON SHELBY, as a candidate for Director of Poor, at the October election. We are authorized to announce JOSHUA ACKLEY, as a candidal, for Director of Poor, at the October eleetion.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 2 October 1861

Administrator's Sale. TUB _Dd_nifned a_ministralsr ot t__ estate of Philip Rogers, dee'd. in pursuance of an ardar as* tha Orphan's Court of Oreene eoaaty. Pa., will sail at S-bli- sale, on tit. promises, on the ~6.lt day mt iovsmber next, a piece or parcel of land, aimate ia Wayne township, adjoining landa of 0. AWorley. Alexander Vager. and atbara, -OMaintaf about FOUR ACRES. The improvements are a CABIN HOUSE, a Young Orchard, and about two tarn cleared. Terms made known on day of sale. II. .. ROGERS, Adainiatmor. Oct. t, 1361—M. Administrator's Notice. LETTERS of Administration baring be*a f__aj_a_ u> tha undersigned, upon the aetata of DAN_EL BOUGH NEK. ate of Monongahela towaahls. d-e*_. Notice is hereby fir en to all persons i_ls_e__ » aaid aetata to make Immediate paymaat, a_J thoe* havrng elaiasa againat iha same to piasaot ttsMtrSBIr a__.iH_M.tad fos sattUmant. -AS. v. Botroms*. A. V. BOOOBNtR, NOT. t. IS-l-St. -< -¦-_____(*_. MUSIC t mrsicu mvuciu A. ** ? ...

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£___p^-^-AtiAfl01 [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 2 October 1861

£__fi(t____s_p^-^-AtiAfl01 WHBBSAS, in__») by an act of the General Assenifiy of the Commonwealth of I'eitrtSyrvanJa, entFtfeVl, An a'et relating to the election, of this Commonwealth, prtdseii 2nd day ol July, It. D. 133., it la made the difty of the Sheriti' of every county within this Coirinionwe'altri to give public notice of »he General flection.; and In such notice to enumerate: 1. The officers to «(•' elected. -. Designate the place at which the election ia to be held. 1, George WrlgHt, High Sheriff of tHe county of Oreeae, do hereby make known and give this public notice to the Electors of the county of Greene, that on the SECOND TUESDAY OF OCTOBER NEXT, (being the 8th day of the mouth,) a General Election will be held at the several election districts established by law in said county, at which time they will vote by ballot for the seyeral ollice. hereinafter named, viz: ONE PERSOKf for the office of President Judge of the Fourteenth Judicial District. TWO PERSONS for...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 2 October 1861

ptekf^ Jiriwtfstmfril*. «r- ¦ sfc. WVII, PITTSBHRf-H -TRAM REFINED CANDf MAWCFACTORY, WHOLESALE DBA-LEI- IN Foreign and Domestic Fruits , Nuts, Pickles, Preserv es, Sardines., <Jft:. U-tt JLIBBRTY STREET, PITTSBURGH, PJi. Having a large connectier. with importing houB's, Ea_t, 1 am prepared to furnish Country Dealers with a largi. assortment of Fon'ign Fruits as they arrive iit their season, on equally as good terms as lh-y can buy elsewhere. I mi. iow receiving 3 new crop of Oranges. Lenmrrfl, Figs, Dales, Raining, Primes, I*funis, Currants and everp description ol" Nuts Also. Fresh Peathe^ in Caii_ o.'aauperior quality, Pickles, Preserves, Olive, Oils, C_t.-aps, SLC. Common Fancy and Orystalized OandieB, manufactured fromthe best of material*, and will be soldatlhe lowest prices. 1 would call special afention to my Cougli Candy- It is not surpassed in the Country tor the cure cf Coughs and Colds. TRY IT. Feliruary 27, 1861—no3S. V. YI_A€r - _R & CO , No. HO Mark...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 2 October 1861

HAtfUBU). . [a. H _A|iLS.. I HAHHER fc DAULERS I GAB1SET WA^EROOfS, i No. 1T8 SMITH*._____ 8 IMfciKT, Between 7th Street anil Strawberry Alley, ..- PiT^rsavitaii i PA. Constantly on hand a large assortment of elegant HIIJ, Fashionable FURNITURE, warraiff-d u> i,e of the best mater—Is and workmanship. Prices low to .ttii the times. All orders will be promptly attended lu. March 6. 1861— no 39—ly. 1:1.1 ATE.V Z. W. PHEI.AN MEW - GAB - WET SHOP. PUflLIC attention is -ailed to tint new Cabinet War*- room, one door east of Minor's Store, where all kinds of Cabinet Furniture will be furni-heU toonlet iti the most iiuprored style, and on the moat reasonable term*. Bureaus, tio ok -Casus, Cupboortts, Itetl-neaJs, Tables * sStan-S- &c. Also C0FF3I.S Will be put up with Uie gieatest possible <l.spa_ch and at the very cheapest rates. ATEN & PHEI.AN. Wayne-hurg, May 8, 1801- THE EXCHANGE! J. TAYLOR & GO., Having opened a Wholesale and Retail LI* quor ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 2 October 1861

NEWG0 0 DS. GEORGE HOSK.NSON HA A just received from the Eastern Cities a laree Stock of seasonahle goods, among which may be enumerated Dress Goods, Dress Trimmingsf, lMCuslin Delaines, -Trench G-ing_a_.s, Barage Delaines. Domestic Ginghams, Bleaobed Muslins, Brown Muslins, Cloths and Oassimeres, Fresh Family Groceries, Fis_, Saif, Hardware, Queensware, Bats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, __ e., «__c,; Together with a variety of NO'l'olNS. Customers and the public "enerally ariMiivitt'd tn rail ;iml ev:uiiiiie his assortment of (iouds. .Sold ihi.'ap for cash, or country produce. On<)lt(;i: HOSKINrjON. WayHeshurg, April 17—no _. HK. CAMPBELL, j Having just received a large stock ufgood- from the Eastern cities, which he is determined to sell as low as i any other establishment in Waynesburg, fur cash or I aood pr«duce, consisting m good, of the following: j 33^1_Ttr GrOOJDS. Clothes, Casiineres, Buffalo, Cord, SliawU, Ticking I Blankets, Flannel, Liudseyi?, ; Drilling, Canton...

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